October 01, 2015

New Look for Athletics

In mid-October, Beloit unveiled a major upgrade to its already acclaimed website in the form of newly redesigned athletics pages.

In addition to creating a more vibrant and updated design, the new look also reflects a different goal.

“The website will be more focused on recruiting student athletes,” says Todd Anderson, art director in the college’s Communications and Marketing Office. “Because of that, it will feature more movement, more color. It will help capture that sense of excitement about joining Beloit College athletics and convey the Beloit community.”

The project was completed in-house by the Communications and Marketing team, which includes Web Developer and Beloiter Nicholas Mischler’14, who created the new pages.

In addition to the new design, visitors to the site will find a video montage on the pages that is similar to the college’s home page. Visit: https://beloitcollegeathletics.com.

Also In This Issue

  • Morse Ingersoll Arch

    A Sense of Place

  • The Moth podcast

    Moth Storytelling Founder to Hold Mackey Chair

  • Large Brown Vase

    Collecting Today

  • “U.S. Marine Cpl. Philip Pepper, age 22, Garmsir District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan,” photographed by Louie Palu, one of 14 photographers featured in “Conflict and Consequence: Photographing War and its Aftermath.” After being embedded with U.S. Marines in Afghanistan, Palu turned his camera on the soldiers. “These are the men and women that governments rely upon to implement their complex policies, especially when it comes to killing people,” Palu wrote.

    The Photography of War


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